Cap-and-trade system in north-east of US back on track and to become crucial part of target to cut carbon emissions by 75% by 2050.
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Climate change will crash head-on with our current investment framework, which biases short-term performance and return. It’s time to play the finance industry on its own turf.
Natural gas has been mooted as a ‘bridge’ fuel recently, but in terms of climate change natural gas is a half measure that risks dangerous procrastination.
Central Europe are in the process of making profound mistakes concerning their energy supplies, which will cost these countries dearly for decades to come.
The White House and major American businesses may be converging on how to assess the damage caused to climate by greenhouse gas emissions.
CEO of Europe’s second largest utility says renewables to take biggest chunk of energy market and energy companies will need to get closer to customers.
Labor and Greens claim important win as climate repeal bills separated. Government continues to brand CEFC as ‘highly speculative’, while Labor accuses the Coalition of creating a new slush fund, and the Greens accuse it of acting out of ‘ideological spite’ and climate denial. So much for a bipartisan approach to climate!
Unlike Australia, China is forging ahead with emissions trading, with two pilot schemes launching this week. But how will they differ from western models?
From the treasure trove that is this year’s Global Carbon Budget: 9 charts showing where carbon emissions come from, where they go and what that means.